Many tax debt relief companies provide real help to clients in need of solving their financial issues. Sadly, many of the larger tax debt relief companies offer doubtful promises to gain sales. Here are some tips how to find the best tax debt relief company.
Most big tax debt relief companies offering assistance with tax debts have a paid sales staff on commission who are responsible for answering the phone or replying to the internet forms on their websites. While this does not make them corrupt, it does put someone in “the middle” that is paid to drive up the price. The customer is already in money trouble, and should be careful to not potentially lose even more money by hiring the wrong tax relief company.
The good news is that if from the more than thirty thousand enrolled agents that are in America, you can find one that has real long term IRS experience, he or she may be capable of helping you to save your family when the IRS or State tax authority is threatening your source of revenue. The legitimate agents would base this on truth, not commission, offer real support to you when you are in trouble, and agree to a reasonable fee. This is possible deal. Don’t give up hope, but also don’t automatically trust the agent that you speak to.
Try asking these questions when you talk to a representative on the phone: 1) What is your name? 2) Are you yourself act as an enrolled agent? 3) Do you posses an enrolled agent id number? 4) Will you negotiate on my behalf in person to the IRS or State tax authorities or will someone else contact them?
These are just some simple instructions. Don’t lose hope that good tax relief help is available. You should trust those who earn your trust.